Do you know how to meet your WHS duties to prevent sexual harassment at work?
These infographics provide information to support small businesses meet their WHS duties and outline some practical steps on how to prevent sexual harassment in the workplace. They cover:
- What is workplace sexual harassment?
- The impacts of sexual harassment
- Workplace sexual harassment – Your WHS duties
- Steps to prevent workplace sexual harassment
WHS duties require persons conducting a business or undertaking (such as employers) to do everything they reasonably can to prevent sexual harassment from occurring at work, just like other risks to health and safety.
For more information, go to the Workplace sexual harassment web page.
The information in this guide is based on the model WHS laws. These laws have not been implemented in all jurisdictions, although other Australian WHS laws have similar duties. Go to information about the WHS laws in your jurisdiction.